Aaaaannnndddd! Another Leather Couch & Waiting Room Update

I know it seems my posts have been rather lightweight lately, having zilch to do with health / mental health or the types of services we offer. I’ll get back to those soon.

In the meantime, here’s the update for those who have been breathlessly waiting to hear how the leather-like-butter sofa problem played out.

As you may remember, the sofa – which I purchased on a whim at an estate sale – was too large to get into the office suite.

So I half-heartedly asked around with the question “What should I do with this?” while leaving it in a back hallway in the office building. Several people expressed interest in buying it but it was either too large or just wouldn’t work for other reasons.

I considered swapping it out with a leather couch that’s in my late husband’s mancave, but the logistics and time involved (for reasons too boring to describe here), were too much for an already over-scheduled life.

So I decided to keep the couch and move it into the office waiting room (which has easy access, unlike the rest of the office suite with its narrow hallways), at least temporarily until another solution presented itself.

And you know, I think I may just keep it here.

What do you think?

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2 replies

  1. looks good


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